With both of my longer term electrologists, I have been the only one they have ever treated that self-treated as well. The first thought not much of it, would look over my work and offer her advice and tips. Her work would mesh with mine seamlessly because when I started out with blend, my work appeared very similar to hers.
The second electrologist had a waiver waiting for me to sign when I walked in the door written especially for me. Now mind you, this second electrologist is in a class all by herself. She’s flat out the very best in San Diego. She’s very, very mindful of her work and it’s healing effectively. I can understand her view point and I respect it. She would rather not have me work in areas she’s working in so healing evaluation won’t be mistaken, so I work around her work. Thing is, she’s very fast, and I’m getting very fast, so I have everything mapped out weeks in advance and I can’t fall behind or I have to concede the territory. She’s typically booked two months in advance so I don’t dare miss an appointment. She too gives me advice, pointers, and critiques my work. But, she’s way more reserved and knowledgeable than my first electrologist so I have to do my homework before asking any questions.
Switching to a more advanced electrologist has been a godsend, I struggle to rise to her level, and as a result, my own work has greatly improved.